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5 bedroom detached house

5 bedroom detached house

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Property features

  • Sought after village on the Exe Estuary
  • Delightful rural outlook
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2,400sq ft of versatile accommodation
  • Extensive 42' integral garage /workshop
  • 0.4 of an acre

Nearest stations

Lympstone Village (0.8mi.)
Lympstone Commando (1.6mi.)
Exmouth (1.7mi.)

Nearest schools

school icon  St Peter's School (0.4mi.)
school icon  Lympstone Church of England Primary School (0.6mi.)
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school icon  Brixington Primary Academy (1.0mi.)
Requires Improvement

Property description

A generous (2,400sq ft) and versatile barn conversion with a rural outlook. 2 receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, conservatory, cloakroom, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (2 en suite). 0.4 of an acre of landscaped gardens. 42' Garage / workshop. EPC Band D.

Situation - The property forms part of the original Pitt Farm situated on the edge of Lympstone, off the Exmouth Road. Lympstone is a highly regarded village in the favoured Exe Estuary area with an excellent range of local facilities including a sailing club, four pubs, village hall, general store, post office, primary and pre-schooling as well as an independent preparatory school. There is a railway station connecting to Exeter. Nearby is the Exe Estuary Trail, a cycle path and walkway which runs around the Exe Estuary linking Exmouth, Exeter and Dawlish. The coastal resort of Exmouth is within 3 miles and provides an extensive range of facilities along with a marina. The centre of Exeter is 9 miles whilst junction 30 of the M5 motorway is 8 miles.

Introduction - The Shippons is a unique and spacious converted barn enjoying a semi-rural location. Believed to date from the early Victorian era, it was converted in the late 1990s. Offering just over 2,400sq.ft of versatile accommodation with a delightful rural outlook.

The House - Via an inner courtyard, an entrance hall provides a cloakroom. To the left is a bright and inviting sitting room with a triple aspect enjoying garden and rural views, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, double doors to the garden and an inset wood burner. Off the sitting room is an en suite bedroom currently used as the master bedroom arranged with a dual aspect, garden and rural views, fitted wardrobes and the en suite provides a generous walk-in shower, wc and basin. To the right of the entrance hall is a kitchen/breakfast room with a dual aspect including a door to the inner courtyard patio, an array of matching base and wall units, gas-fuelled Aga, double electric oven, gas hob and space for appliances. An inner hall provides stairs to the first floor and a generous storage cupboard. The dining room has a side aspect with double doors opening to a predominantly glazed conservatory with double doors to the garden. A second ground floor bedroom has a side aspect and an en suite arranged with bath, wc and basin. The generous utility room provides base units, sink, space for appliances and internal access to the garage/workshop.
 
The first floor landing has a window with courtyard and rural views and an airing cupboard. Bedroom 3 is double in size with a rear aspect. Bedroom 4 is a further double with a side aspect. Bedroom 5 is a single room with a side aspect. The family
bathroom is arranged with a bath, corner shower, wc, basin and heated towel rail.

The Grounds - The property is set in approximately 0.4 of an acre with a delightful rural outlook. A long gravel drive leads up to the property, garage/workshop and an ample parking area. The property is 'U' shaped providing a charming inner patio courtyard. The
remaining gardens are laid to lawn with natural hedgerows, shrubs and a selection of trees. Outside the conservatory is a further enclosed patio area, a perfect little sun trap with a southerly orientation. The garage/workshop is a fantastic addition to the property with power and light, and an electronic garage door. This extensive space provides ample storage and an area for a workshop.

Services - Mains electricity. Mains water. Private drainage. Gas-fired central heating.

Directions - From Exeter and the M5 motorway, proceed on the A376 in the direction of Exmouth. Pass through the villages of Ebford, Exton and Lympstone. After passing The Saddlers pub continue south for a quarter of a mile where the entrance to Pitt Farm is
on the left. Continue up the private drive where The Shippons is located on the left.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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